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Coffee County Election Results

CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE PART 1 William Lockhart – Republican 5,100 CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE PART II Eric J. Burch – Republican 2,260 Bobby Carter – Republican 4,215 GENERAL SESSIONS JUDGE PART I Greg Perry – Republican 5,389 GENERAL SESSIONS JUDGE PART II Gerald L. Ewell, Jr. – Republican 3,483 Garth Roland Segroves – Republican 2,930 DISTRICT ATTORNEY …

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Results from the Franklin County Primary

Chris Guess defeated Dave Van Buskirk in the Republican mayor’s race 1,790-1,547. Independent candidates Eddie Clark and Gene F. Snead Jr. will run against Guess in the Aug. 4 general election.  Greg King defeated Dean Binkley 1,552-1,289 in the Republican sheriff’s race. Incumbent Independent Sheriff Tim Fuller and Independent Brian Brewer will also run in …

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Republican Primary Returns from Grundy County

County Mayor Michael Brady – 1027 John Hargis– 594 County Commissioner District 1 Mike Cordell – 345 Stacy Lee – 269 Danny Lusk – 372 County Commissioner District 2 Gary Rooster Brewer – 347 Kelly Gibbs – 421 Matthew Layne – 347 Sheriff Clint Shrum – 801 David Strieby – 797 Circuit Court Clerk Staci …

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It’s Election Time; Results to be announced on Rooster 101.5 FM

Tuesday, May 3rd, is Election Day. This is the primaries for counties. Polls are open from 8am-7pm and according to the Tennessee Secretary of State’s Office, early morning, noon and 5pm are peak times at the polls as people typically vote before work, after work or on their lunch break. Frail, physically disabled or visibly …

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Unionville Bridge Dedicated Sunday in Memory of Jimmy Patterson

A bridge on Unionville Deason Road was dedicated Sunday to the memory of Jimmy Patterson, who served for more than 13 years on Bedford County Board of Commissioners. “He had a servant heart,” said County Mayor Chad Graham, who spoke of Patterson’s drive and initiative in matters of importance to his constituents. Patterson died in …

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Early Voting continues through April 28

Early voting for primary county elections is still going on through April 28, 2022. Early voting hours are between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday or 8:30 a.m. to noon on Saturdays at the Coffee County Election Commission at 1329 McArthur St Suite 6 in Manchester. In Tullahoma at the CD Stamps Center …

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Early Voting begins Wednesday

Early voting for primary county elections will begin on Wednesday and run through April 28, 2022. Manchester and Tullahoma city elections, county general and state primaries will be held August 4, 2022, with early voting taking place July 15-30, 2022. Early voting hours are between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday or 8:30 …

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Paid Political Announcement by the Candidate

Hello, I’m Benton Bartlett, and I am running for re-election as your Road Superintendent for Coffee County. The last seven+ years went by quickly, but now it’s time to get out and gain that support Coffee County voters have so graciously given me in the past.  I humbly ask for your help in this 2022 …

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Informative Political Forum Conducted Thursday Night

Thursday night The Rooster 101.5 FM, On Target News along with the Manchester Times and the Tullahoma News combined for the 2022 Republican Primary Forum. Candidates Coffee County Sheriff, District Attorney, Circuit Court Clerk, Road Superintendent, Circuit Court Judge Part II and General Sessions Judge Part II attended and answered questions about the office they …

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